|Zirconium Silicate Nanoparticles
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Zirconium silicate nanoparticles are used for manufacturing refractory materials for applications where resistance to corrosion by alkali materials is required. It is also used in production of some ceramics, enamels, and ceramic glazes. In enamels and glazes it serves as an opacifier. It can be also present in some cement.
Another use of zirconium silicate nanoparticles are as beads for milling and grinding. Thin films of zirconium silicate and hafnium silicate produced by chemical vapor deposition, most often MOCVD, can be used as a high-k dielectric as a replacement for silicon dioxide in semiconductors.
Zirconium silicates have also been studied for potential use in medical applications. For example, ZS-9 is a zirconium silicate that was designed specifically to trap potassium ions over other ions throughout the gastrointestinal tract. It is undergoing clinical trials for the treatment of hyperkalemia. Zirconium silicate nanoparticles reused in some dental crowns because of its hardness and because it is chemically nonreactive.
Zirconium silicate has recently attracted increasing interest due to its outstanding properties as a gate dielectric. Zirconium silicate nanoparticles are produced by different branches of industry for several applications in the ceramic industry. This production can be made by different milling processes: dry milling and wet milling.
Zirconium Silicate Ceramic Beads are used for surface cleaning of rubber and plastic molds, castings, boiler and heat exchanger parts, shot peening of components and also in nuclear reactor components like exchanger tube plates prior to welding. Zirconium Silicate Ceramic Beads are also used for deburring locks and lock components and surface preparation of stainless steel parts used in the food industries.
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